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cosmopolitan cities. >> reporter: the transportation minister plans to throw the bait out at this conference. there are 3,000 attendees at the conference in santa clara and a third of them are company founders and that's why the canadian immigration minister is coming here to fish. anna measure kooyman has 100 employees and plans to add 60 more this year at its engineering consulting firm. would you like to ask the minister a question? >> yes. mr. kenny, how easy would it be to get our team to relocate from india or the u.s. to canada? >> we have a very big and flexible immigration system. you know? we welcome highly talented bright young people especially. so i guess the answer, pretty easy. a lot easier than in the u.s. >> i would take a chance and move to canada. try it out for a year and see -- because actually, this is closer proximity to the u.s. and might be in the same time zone. our dreams might come true there. >> reporter: he can speak with the immigration minister here all weekend long. you know, the irony is, elizabeth, he actually went to usf. so when i asked him, don't you fe
in the city who are out doing something, probably buying weapons. believe me it was no secret. the whole argument that the cia was being covered by the consulate doesn't hold water since they were in two different locations. how much cover does that provide to have them so separate? so i think there are a lot of issues but again, i don't think the arb tells us that much because its mandate was specifically limited to looking for responsibility within the state department. jenna: and specifically focused on security. >> on security, yes. jenna: not necessarily some of the policies. speaking of policy, what is the effect of this internal political debate on how our enemies perceive us? what do you think this means for our stance around the world? >> well, i think the failure of the administration eight months after the at -- attack, either to retaliate, avenge the killing, make it clear to the terrorists that they can't do this and get away with it is much more serious. but our dithering now or unwillingness of the administration to take a hard-line tells the terrorists you can attack amer
-tv. baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland news station. >> good morning and welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm tim williams. temperatures in the 60s across the area. it's a bit wet, and we knew this day was coming. some of the rain is the light it's not even showing up on the radar. it means today. so far, a lot of moisture and air. visibility is not horrible problem, but definitely take it slow. as you can see, it's just a lot of scattered showers around, a lot of activity toward self. but it is just going to be a damp day. the showers were into tuesday evening. they will give us through the day. a better chance of pretty much thunderstorms tomorrow, but today is just misty. the forecast today going up to about 70 degrees, but it will be with the help of the sun. your complete first warning forecast coming up. >> thank you, but now here's the straight people are talking about. one lucky winner, and it's no one from maryland. a single ticket sold in florida has beaten all of the mat
jersey devastated by superstorm sandy prince harry arrived in new york city where hundreds of adoring fans gathered just to catch a glimpse of him. in between his meetings with politicians and business leaders, the prince still had time for some fun. in true british fashion prince harry arrived in new york on a double decker bus for a reception more fit for a rock star than a royal. the prince joined british prime minister david cameron at an event promoting trade with the uk. >> i thank the commissioner of new york for allowing that double decker bus to travel across manhattan because early on i spotted that the double decker bus was actually higher than the traffic light. >> reporter: later the prince attended a community baseball event in a new york city neighborhood of harlem. the prince reportedly told organizers he had never played baseball and received an on-the-spot batting lesson from the group's young members. >> i told him to do -- to take a step, keep the arms up and straight and bend your knees a little and then swing. >> reporter: cheered by onlookers the sports loving p
that oklahoma city to fargo today into tonight as well. even shear in the atmosphere. the change in wind direction with height, we have that as well to help produce the supercells that will produce tornados. tomorrow, even a worse threat we're thinking. oklahoma city, kansas city, minneapolis includes you for the threat of tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds. and then monday as the front moves east, maybe a bit of a slight risk of tornados with this. a little less, but still, madison to oklahoma city, the severe threat is there. lester, severe weather outbreak starting tonight all the way through monday. back to you. >> a lot of folks will be checking in with you for the latest. kim, thank you very much. >>> another story we've been following all day, the collision of two commuter trains at the height of the rush hour last night in connecticut. there were many dozens of injuries and nbc's michelle franzen is in bridgeport, tonight, with the latest for us. michelle, good evening. >> good evening, lester. we've learned tonight the fbi is no longer involved here at the scene. meanwhile
. >>> and then on to tulsa, oklahoma. strong winds ripped apart tents set up for the city's may fest overnight. but despite the damage the festival is still continuing today as planned. >>> an heavy rain in georgia turned many streets into rivers seemingly today. people in a town just outside of atlanta told our affiliate wsb it is the worst flooding that they've ever seen. jennifer delgado with us now in the severe weather center and this system is really just starting to pick up speed. >> absolutely, fredricka. we told you two hours ago we would see things getting more active. now we have four tornado watches at. at 2:00 we didn't have this. you will already see the line starting to develop through parts of kansas. notice the tornado watches in place for minnesota, as well as into iowa, all the way down towards oklahoma, even that northern part of texas. with these we will see the possibility of tornadoes, damaging winds as well as hail. the area we are really concerned about is in red. we'll make this a little bit bigger for you. i'm having a little bit of technical difficulties but the area in kansas,
of new york city when it derailed collided with a westbound train, injuries are reported. our jonathan hunt tracking developments inside the newsroom now. jonathan what do we know so far about the people hurt? we just got word from the fairfield political police department. they are telling us, harris, that there are 20 to 25 nonlife threatening injuries nobody as far as we know at the moment has been killed. 20 to 25 nonlife threatening injuries. let me read to you the statement we just got metro north who runs this line. about 6:10 p.m. the eastbound train, the 441 train out of new haven through grand central at 6:32 p.m. derailed just east of the fairfield metro station. in so doing, it hit a westbound train on the adjacent track. some cars of that train, the 5:30 p.m. out of new haven due 7:18 also derailed. emergency personnel are arriving at this major derailment. preliminary reports of injuries. there there is no north metro service. trains on route are being stopped at the nearest station. they are calling this a major derailment. harris, 20 to 25 nonlife threatening injuries.
tomorrow will be from kansas city right into oklahoma city. so eastern kansas and into central portions of oklahoma. large hail, and damaging winds, possibly in excess of 80 miles per hour are going to be possible tonight and again for tomorrow. >> axelrod: david bernard, thank you. on wednesday, when 16 tornadoes tore through north texas, many people got more warning than unusual about what was coming. the town of granbury, 40 miles southwest of fort worth, was hardest hit. our anna werner is there. >> reporter: residents headed in today for their first look at their devastated neighborhood. 97 of the 110 homes in the rancho brazos subdivision were damaged by the tornado. six people died, but officials believe the city's warning system, called code red, saved many lives. the same system is in place in cleburne, 30 miles away, where no one died. scott cain is mayor. >> people call us a miracle city but there was a lot of planning that went into it. >> reporter: wednesday night at 7:59 p.m., the first code red alert went out to nearly 2,000 residents warning of a severe thunderstorm. >>
expected to line san francisco streets. this is not the only big event going on in the city this morning. gorges on 2 starts -- mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone, welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, may 19th, i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. >>> we begin with team coverage of beta breakers with crews at the beginning, middle and end of the race. get out to the live pictures. we begin with alex savidge who is over at the start line where security is tight. >> reporter: certainly is. the chief talked about it this morning, added security after what happened in boston but everyone out here just having a good time. a lot of smiles on everyone's faces. here goes the runners, taking off and they just took off, obviously, we saw the start a few minutes ago and this is right -- the start line is at main and howard and obviously everyone is going to be winding their way through the streets of san francisco. the whackiness has begun. you see the costumes, the masks, early on here you see a lo
both the port of new york city, one of the great ports of the world, as well as our great lake ports which are having their own troubles in terms of dredging. but there was an extreme disappointment in the bill, no fault of my colleague from california. i'm extremely disappointed at the objection some of my colleagues raised to even allowing a vote on the landrieu amendment to the wrda bill. and i, along with senator landrieu and others, will keep fighting until this commonsense amendment passes. i'm speaking of amendment number 888. i was proud to cosponsor it. very simply, it would delay for five years any premium increases resulting from revised flood maps. the purpose of the amendment was to provide fema enough time to complete the study they were required to complete over a month ago on affordability of increased premiums. senator toomey is right, we just passed a flood insurance reauthorization ten months ago but it was always the intent -- many of us worked hard on that -- under biggert-waters, that fema would conduct an affordability study before higher premiums would go into
the city to the counties to your neighborhood, now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> the fight over gun control raging on in maryland, tonight why advocates on both sides are renewing efforts to try and sway voters. >> good evening, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm adam may. governor o'malley signs new gun control legislation into law this week but the fight over firearms is not over yet. now gun control groups pushing to get this issue before voters and tonight wjz has exclusive video of the new ads supporting the governor's law. wjz is live, derek valcourt with more on the new ad that's about to hit air waves. >> reporter: with a referendum effort in full swing right now the ads are aimed at boosting support for the new law and the politicians who backed it. governor o'malley's signature on the firearms safety act means it's scheduled to take effect october 1st , but it is signatures on a referendum petition that could stop the law another 18 months when voters would decide whether to shoot down the law which bans assault weapons purchases, puts a
the dc region. we had the nike marathon and and thrawls something happening ingh the city. unfortunately this is critical work. it has to get done wnch while the con convenience can lead to frustration -- >> i'll tired of it.t. >> reporter: -- most were able to navigate without issues. >> so i know they have to do the rail, fixes it, it's all right.r >> you never know if it's going to be closed north, s or not. nt >> reporter: metro says i used last year's graduation day as a guide. thes aboutest hour saw 262 people exiting that day and that number is easily accommodated by buses. we know there was congestion on roads as everyone headed in and out but no major instabilitieses reported. >>> along with college park, a a green belt and prince george's e stations on the green line are closed this weekend. on the orange line it's closed o in virginia. no stations on the red line but single tracking through two different work zones.k z if you take blue or yellow, wrur in luck with no work scheduled. the construction is expectedect through system closing tonight.. >>> the national mall was fill
weiner, pictured there on twitter, is ready to announce he's running for mayor of new york city. "the new york post" reports he -- mr. weiner -- could make it official as early as next week. he resigned from congress after sending out lewd pictures of himself on twitter to some women. >>> prince harry wrapping up his u.s. trip today in connecticut at a polo match in greenwich, connecticut. yesterday he toured the boardwalk in seaside heights, new jersey. there he is with the governor. that's where crews tore down this roller coaster that had been steroid by -- that had been destroyed by sandy. its replacement ride will be called the superstorm. gretch, over to you. >>gretchen: from runway model to role model, this former victoria's secret angel breaking her silence telling the world how god opened her eyes and told her to leave the beauty industry behind. kylie bisutti, author of a book "i'm know angel" is my guest this morning. "i'm no angel." people will be shocked. she won this big competition, 10,000 women. you had your chance to walk the catwalk and then you said this is not for me.
operating on the metro north railroad, a commuter line serving new york city's northern suburbs. the country's second largest system. 250 people were aboard the train when they collided after 6:00 p.m. >> i thought this is the end. brace yourself. it was very scary at the moment. once the train came to a stop. and i and the other passengers were okay. my next instinct was to get off and help as many people off. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board has sent investigators to the scene. so far, authorities don't know what caused the derailment. >> i have no reason to believe it is anything but an accident. >> reporter: amtrak has suspended service between new york and boston indefinitely because of the crash. the railway was operated at reduced capacity. alexis christoforous, wjz eyewitness news. >> at last check, five people are in critical condition. one of them is in very critical condition. >>> a big day for baltimore, president barack obama comes to town to talk jobs and the middle class. this morning the city is still buzzing. jessica kartalija explains he started with
for the 2014 world cup but tragically he made it only as far as lincoln, city, oregon. he was struck and killed by a pickup truck while walking along a highway on the oregon coast. before leaving on a trip, he spoke to cnn affiliate kcpq. >> i'll be surrounded by new and interesting people all the time. the road will be long and lonely and i will utilize podcasts as much as possible. >> he was out to promote the project that donates soccer balls to kids in developing countries. >>> prince harry has a charity polo match today. the british royal stepped up to the plate in harlem yesterday going 3 for 3 hitting everything that was thrown at him yesterday. not bad for the prince given that baseball is not his game. the british royal impressed hurricane sandy ravaged new jersey and he was impressed by the american spirit. >> it's fantastic. american spirit everyone getting together and making things right. >> it puts smiles on peachople' faces that they get to meet the prince. it was cool that he came and helped support what happened in hurricane sandy. >> that girl put smiles on our faces. >> the p
allegations of misconduct in the baltimore police conduct. today a city police officer has been charged with assault on a citizen. more on the charges against sergeant mitchell. >> according to the charges it happened in west baltimore steps from the western district police station. the report says officer robert mitchell was in uniform and on duty when he assaulted a civilian and deputy commissioner jerry rodriguez referenced other recent cases of alleged officer misconduct as he spoke about it. >> we will root out corruption. we owe it to the hard-working men and women who serve stay and who have served in years past to work not to jeopardize the trust of the public. >> tie jan williams lived on the same street where the alleged attack took place. a family member told us they were aware of the charges but mitchell is charged with second-degree assault and misconduct. they say he was suspended and placed on administrative leave when the charges game about. >> these came about because of our close relationship with the states attorneys office and we try to do exactly what the commission
:00. just about an hour outside of new york city, in this busy corridor that services commuters between boston and new york and rescuers certainly had to help dozens of passengers out that were taken to nearby hospitals, as many as 60 people we're told taken to nearby hospitals to be treated for various injuries. about five in critical condition. and one was in serious condition, according to the governor, who had a press conference last night. what the initial investigation shows that the -- one of the trains that was heading eastbound toward new york city, packed with about 300 passengers, somehow derailed off of the tracks here and collided with a westbound train that was also carrying hundreds of passengers. again, rescuers scrambling in initial moments to get people off of those -- out of those trains and to help them. fortunately, no one was killed, but investigators will be poring over this wreckage today and, lester, it could be days before the wreckage and the service is restored. amtrak has also suspended service between new york city and new haven. >> michelle franzen in conn
>>> two commuter trains going opposite directions just outside of new york city collide at rush hour. we are live at the scene. >>> more fallout from the irs controversy, calls for criminal charges and prison time. >>> gun fire, chaos and a brazen jewel heist. what seems like something right out of the movies is playing out in real life at the cannes film festival. >>> if you haven't bought your powerball ticket left you still have time to formulate the winning strategy for the $600 million prize tonight. >>> hello, everyone. it is high noon in the east and welcome to "weekends with alex witt." investigators are on the scene of the commuter train collision an hour outside of new york city. about 700 passengers jarred when the metro north trains derailed and collided in connecticut. as many as 60 people injured, at least five of them critically. michelle franzen has the latest from bridgeport, connecticut. michelle, first up, what happened here? >> reporter: during the height of the commute as you mentioned those two trains packed with 301 train that was going eastbound and anoth
" with scott pelley. >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod, jeff glor is off tonight. from oklahoma city to minneapolis severe weather is threatening the nation's midsection tonight there are tornado warnings up in kansas and iowa, oklahoma and missouri could also be hard hit. forecasters say a supercell of thunderstorms packing baseball sized hail, heavy rain and tornadoes could do a lot of damage. already a tornado has touched down this afternoon in edmund, oklahoma, and another on the southwest side of wichita, kansas, that police are calling large and violent. meteorologist jeff beradelli of wfor is tracking the storms tonight. who is facing the greatest danger. >> the greatest risk tonight is across oklahoma and kansas. we have a lot of tornado watches and warnings ongoing as we speak. in fact we have already had a touchdown of tornadoes across the plain states. here is the settup. we have a strong and cold upper level low destabilizing the atmosphere across the rockies and plain states. at the same time we have a strong jet stream on the eastern side of that meeting up with moist g
to new york city, one the opposite direction. the northbound train derails plowing near the southbound train. it's unclear how fast the trains were going but as you could imagine passengers were terrified. >> all of a sudden we just hear boom, and then we saw like smoke everywhere. and i was just with my two kids hugging them, embracing them. >> people almost flew over the seat. i held on but i'm okay. there's people that's hurt though. >> we went to the front of the train, kicked out windows. >> it will take a while to investigate and determine what happened, how fast they were going and to determine the cause. so it's going to take quite some time. >> reporter: scores of people were injured, 46 of 70 who were hospitalized have now been released from the hospital. however, we're told that five people remain in critical condition. connecticut's governor dannel malloy will be there with the ntsb trying to figure out what happened here, how this could have occurred and how long these trains, this line will be out of service, a major line, the only one really between new york headed north
's that quadrant of concern. 20 million people in the line of this between today and tomorrow. kansas city, wichita, down to tulsa, oklahoma city, as well. heres's today's threats. sioux city, des moines and then as we head towards tomorrow, the threat pushes a little further eastward, not as big a worry, but tomorrow is still in the threat zone and bringing in chicago and peoria, illinois, as well. poppy, big picture, severe storm potentially but a lot of wet weather in the northeast and southeast and even into the west. a lot of wet weather happening around the country and, the most severe through the plains up ander midwest through tonight. >> look at that map, it is covered. >> not the best sunday. >> not the best sunday, alexandria, thank you. >>> when hofstra university students graduate they'll mourn one of their own. andrea rebello was killed in her home. how police handled the dangerous situation that turned into a tragedy. authorities say it was a bullet fired from a police officer's gun that led to the death of hofstra university student andrea rebello. >> let me start off by giving my h
. louis and down into oklahoma city and down into arkansas. a storm system that progresses from west to east across the country. we are talking about drought. 2011. i know there was a lot of tornados in 2011, 758 tornados happened in one month. in april of 2013, only 83 tornados. we should have an average of 300 to 400. but you get the idea. we did not have a severe weather season in april, and now it's about to start. we will keep you advised but keep a watch out for yourself because this could be a violent day in the plains, too. >>> this just in to cnn north korea fired three short-range missiles but there is no damage. the missiles landed in the see off of the korean peninsula. the tension in the peninsula has been going on. >>> investors ignoring the more adage, and some are all finishing the week higher for a fourth straight week in a row, and the dow and s&p 500 finishing the week at record highs. and the economy is continuing to improve. and a new consumer sentiment showing it stands at a six-year high. and shares of jcpenney slid after the quarterly loss. half of americans h
on these two trains, about 60 miles north of new york city, collided in a town of bridgeport, connecticut. one of them, two commuter trains, eastbound train hit by a westbound train, according to the national transportation safety board. they already -- those investigators have arrived on site. they are looking at a number of different factors here including were the brakes working, were the wheels working properly, what was the condition of the track, was there a problem with the signaling system, what about the operators of the train, how did this possibly happen? i can tell you this, i hope we have this -- these interviews ready to go, for passengers on board the train, it was frightening. >> all of a sudden, we hear boom and then we saw, like, smoke everywhere. and i just focused on my two kids, just hugging them and embracing them. >> the little bit i seen, people flew over people. i almost flew over the seat. i held on and -- but i'm okay. most people are just hurt, though. >> we went to the front of the train and kicked out some windows and got off the train. >> it is going to take a li
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in time in falls church, virginia. @ the city is hosting civil war day. organizers are promising the real blast from the past. it's going on from 10:00 until 3:00 today. activities include living history presentations, soldier and civilian reenactment and plenty of music and activities. it also includes tours of the new civil war trail through the town and it's absolutely free. >> they go all out for that too. >> they might be a little hot. >>> in just a few hours, a maryland woman will try to make history in the preakness stakes. here's. >> good morning, everyone. get out your black-eyes susans, because it is finally preakness day. two weeks ago, rosy made history in a fifth place finish, the best finish for a female jockey ever in the derby. she returns home later today. she will become only the third female jockey to race in the preakness stakes. but she's just happy to be back at her old stomping grounds. >> obviously, being very familiar with the track is probably an advantage. i mean, i've ridden this race course a million times. won plenty of races on it it. at least for me it's no
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near fairfield, connecticut, about 50 miles northeast of new york city. it happened during last night's rush hour on the metro north line. dozens were hurt, at least three critically. responders say it's remarkable that no one was killed. here is one of the passengers. >> kind of in and out of consciousness. she kept asking the same question over and over again, what happened? where are we? i kept telling her we're on the train. it crashed. >> the national transportation safety board is looking at everything, the brakes, the tracks, the signaling system, and the crew to figure out what went wrong. >>> boston's police department is going to conduct a full review of the city's response to last month's deadly marathon bombings. police commissioner ed davis saying the aim is to learn from the incident and prepare for the future. not clear when the investigation will begin. only that it could take a few months. three people were killed and more than 260 others injured when tamerlan tsarnaev and his brother, dzhokhar tsarnaev, set off a pair of makeshift bombs near the finish line of that r
commuter line in and out of new york city and in that tri-state area. is there any pressure to get this investigation done more quickly or is this just how long it takes and it will be done when it's done and the lines will open back up when we're ready? >> no, we understand that this is a main artery in eastern corridor here. this is high traffic area, it's very important to the region and we want to get this line opened back up as expeditiously as possible. we began the fact gathering last night. the documentation, the photographs, and we will continue that this morning, get it turned back over to metro north as soon as possible so they can repair the track, get it inspected and get it back in service. this is a bottleneck for the east coast right now, we understand that and we're trying to move as quickly as possible. >> you and your team i assume have been able to talk to some of the people working on the train, some of the authorities there but what about passengers and what they saw and their experience. have you been talking to them as well? >> well, we do have a survival fa
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to a shocked city what happened at a broad daylight multiple gunmen mass shooting at the epitome of a family event. a mother's day celebration in his city. as of now, no arrests in the case. there were 19 people wounded, including two kids. the "a.p." just announced moments ago a suspect has been identified in the shooting but nobody has yet been apprehended. just terrible news out of new orleans yesterday. 2:00 and new orleans is not getting used to this terrible news they keep getting. the state of louisiana has the second highest rate of gun homicides in the country. it is a problem in new orleans and louisiana that is not getting better, it is getting worse. but if the state's leadership wants to do anything as a matter of policy to try to stop the gun violence on the streets of new orleans, in one important respect they are stopped from being able to do anything. bobby jindal stumped for an amendment in his state, establishing strict scrutiny for any laws related to guns in the whole state of louisiana. the new law essentially privileges the second amendment in such a way that even the
. >> we're told the hardest hit city granbury is 70 miles west of dallas and rescue crews have worked through the night there going home to home searching for more possible victims. >> obviously the story is still developing. let me get right to nbc's charles hadlock. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. many residents said they heard the warnings, but never expected a tornado so fast and furious. >> the houses are no more, they're leveled. >> a string of tornadoes tore through north texas wednesday night, the hardest hit region, granbury, about 65 miles southwest of dallas and home to 8,000 residents. dozens of homes were destroyed. >> everything's demolished. >> reporter: residents scrambled to take cover in their homes. >> we need a medic unit to respond. >> it was horrible. the freakin' -- the house started shaking. we were in a closet. you could hear it, it sounded like a train going on. >> reporter: while others were forced to flee, seeking help at nearby shelters and hospitals. >> fire department's advising they're bringing six wounded and walking out. >> it's
at $590.9 million. how much is that? if the city budget were put into place with that money, this money would keep the city going for the next 12 years. that's how much money there is here. so, yeah. one thing that's interesting. most people are assuming because this is a grocery store it's in at neighborhood, that it's probably a local, but there is not too far from here the drop zone where people come from all over the world to go skydiving, a people come and spend a week or longer. may be somebody from outside the area who stopped in to do grocery shopping, bought a ticket. heard about the money and now haven't stepped forward. so the mystery continues t. it indeed, kerry sanders. who apparently will be working for us for years to come. good to see you, my friend. >>> here's a quick look at some of the other stories making news on this sunday afternoon. officials in bridgeport, connecticut, continue to clean um today's. they are removing railcars from the spot where those two commuter trains crashed into each other during friday's rush hour. more than 70 people. hurt, 9 of them are s
church, virginia. the city is hosting civil war day. organizers are promising a blast from the past. it's going on from 10:00 to 3:00 today. activities include living history presentations, soldier and civilian reenact ms and plenty of music and activities that include tours of the new civil war trail through the town. admission is free. >>> we have a traffic alert for you. a portion of pennsylvania avenue is going to be shut down between 3rd and 6th street in d.c. it's for the fiesta asia street festival. the party begins at 10:00 this morning and ends at 7:00 tonight. the street should be reopened by 11:00 tonight. we're also celebrating asian pacific american heritage this month. jinger and francis park are two sisters who started d.c.'s first chocolate shop more than 30 years ago. behind all these sweet treats, it's a story inspired but survival. it began when bombs were going off during the war and their mom escaped north korea. >> she took the chocolate bars back to her house, hid under the burlap blankets again and vowed if i'm going to die, i'm going to die with chocolate in my
. this is a three day event we are talking about. already a moderate risk issued tomorrow as well from kansas city through tulsa to oklahoma city. by monday, slides a little bit farther off toward the east. three day severe weather event. possibly lots of large tornadoes we are going to be talking about over the weekend. guys? >> thanks so much. coming up, she says she wants to die. will the jury give jodi arias her wish? what does the family of the man she murdered want to happen this week? we have a friend of travis alexander joining us next. >> then if you saw a little girl trapped under a car on the side of the road, would you help? good samaritans worked together to save her life. we have that story coming up. ♪ i need a hero ♪ i am holding on for a hero till the end of the night ♪ has he got to be strong ♪ and he's he has got to be fast ♪ the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant hel
. >> take a look city wide shot. a wide shot at the backyard. a mess, it looks like a junkyard. a car off to the right that may be a child would ride in. to the left, a kids's basketball net there and that's the garage, of course, in the distance. quite a mess. this next photo is really telling. there were spoolz and spoolz of barbed wire all over the yard. thick rolls of it like you see in these photos. we know, of course, three women were held for years against their will. this may have been used to keep captives inside in case they made a run for it perhaps. likely to keep anyone from the outside from getting in. that stuff can do some real damage to swuchbl this is a picture of a chain, around a tree. you can see it there. and castro did have puppies, our guy who took these photos says hundreds of chains, not just a couple of yard chains. hundreds of thick heavy chains in the yard. the police report said he had kept the girls chained up in the basement originally and then chained up elsewhere in the home. also, you can see in the one photo, a pulley in the grass, he had some type of p
and the european union. that's very important for the two communities in this city to continue to cooperate. i'm very grateful to you for the opportunity to debate today. but sometimes in this nato/e.u. discussion we have to recall that in foreign policy the e.u. plays a phenomenal role in terms of its nonmilitary assistance. nonmilitary preventive assistance is provided for to a large proportion by the european union. 60% of foreign aid comes from the european union. so when we talk about burden sharing, if we want to talk about being fair, we have to take those numbers into account. i do hope that this cooperation will flourish, and i do hope the europeans will take their military responsibilities more seriously. .. >> first generation product. works similar to a breathalyzer. in order to start the vehicle the phone has to be literally docked and locked in our system in order to start the car. >> what we have here is campaign to draw education against the dangers of texting and driving. we created this online simulator that we actually bring to high schools and events across the country. we'
to new york city. it handles around 280,000 people every week day. and officials there say the tracks could be closed for weeks. there are a number of victims. our susan candiotti, national correspondent, live for us in bridge port this morning. susan, thank you for joining us. i know you rushed right up there. any word from investigators on what they'll be looking for and talking to in this? >> reporter: right, hard to say exactly at this point. certainly one of the things they'll be looking at is was there a problem with the tracks? they'll be talking with the engineers on both trains to find out whether there are any mechanical problems or any human failures. these are some of the key things they always look for in an accident like this. poppy, if you look over my should, you may be able to make out some bulldozers there. looks like some construction work. this is one of the trains that was part of the derailment. but those bulldozers and the like have nothing to do, we're told, with the accident itself. they were already there. there was some construction work going on here. but i
stepped up to the plate here in new york city, not bad, going 3 for 3. he was hitting everything that yankees slugger mark at the examin teixeira threw at him yesterday. maybe teixeira should be working on rehab and not throwing to prince harry, but whatever the case. >> our correspondent followed his every move. >> reporter: there have been precious few opportunities for americans to come close to british royalty, prince harry, on this tour. but this was one of them. it was an upbeat atmosphere with a serious message. new jersey governor chris christie introducing harry to first responders, who coped heroically during and after hurricane sandy. >> it puts smiles on people's faces knowing they're going to get to meet the prince. so it was really cool that he came and helped like support what happened in hurricane sandy. >> it's an amazing experience, everyone getting together and making things right. it's fantastic, really good. >> reporter: then a quick drop-in on his prime minister who was at an event to promote british industry. then on to a baseball field in harlem. his pitch
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